May 21 Saturday
ANNUAL PLANT SALE
May 21, 2022
8 am to Noon
107 Main Street, Winthrop Me
Parking Lot of WMHS Rain or Shine
Contact WMHS by telephone at 207-395-5199 or by email at email@example.com for more information.
Saco & Biddeford Savings (SBSI) will host a free shredding event at its branch in South Portland on Saturday, May 21st from 8:00 a.m. to noon, or until the truck is full. The event is open to the public.
Community members and businesses are encouraged to bring up to two boxes of documents (canceled checks, old bills, and invoices, medical records, etc.) for safe and confidential shredding. Shredding will be provided by Without A Trace® Mobile Shredding. Staff will assist with disposing of shredding materials. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.sbsavings.bank/shredding-event.
Attendees are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items for the South Portland Food Pantry.
About Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution
Founded in 1827, Saco & Biddeford Savings is Maine’s oldest bank. For 195 years, SBSI has continued to meet the ever-changing needs of the customers and communities it serves. Fulfilling its commitment to mutuality, SBSI has contributed more than $4.7 million to area organizations over the last 10 years. For more information, visit www.sbsavings.bank, Instagram at @SBSavings, Facebook at @sacobiddefordsavings, or visit one of their locations in Saco, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach, Portland, Scarborough, South Portland or Westbrook. Member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.
This is our big fundraising event of the year!. All are invited to come and browse a wide variety of cool yard sale offerings, check out our plant sale, and learn about Your Place. Refreshments will be served.Your Place Inc. (YPI) is a nonprofit community center founded in 1992 and established as a facility available for use by our entire community. Its emphasis is on, but not limited to, 12-step recovery programs.Your Place is located on the corner of Route 179 and Route 1A in Ellsworth, Maine.
For questions relating to the yard sale, please call Mimi Nangle at 207-812-2781
BOOK and PIE SALE May 21, CornishLibrary Book and Pie Sale 8am -1pm May 21, Bonney Memorial Library, Cornish, 40 Main St. Lots of children's books, cookbooks, gardening, mysteries, hard-cover, soft-cover. Homemade Pies $15, Books by donation. Across the street from church sale.
Join DLLT and the Grand Lake Stream ATV Club for this annual event! Come out, and help spruce up town and the roadsides of the Downeast Lakes Community Forest. Participants should meet at the Grand Lake Stream School Building at 8:30 am for their area assignments, and all helpers will receive free lunch. Can’t make it into town for the start, but want to help? Email Sarah Cote to register for a section of the forest. For more information, please call DLLT at (207) 796-2100.
The Lyseth Elementary School PTA is thrilled to once again hold its annual 5K Run/Walk/KidsRun on Saturday, May 21. This family-friendly event has something for everyone, with proceeds going towards the most urgent needs in the school community, including classroom supplies, curriculum supports, programs, and technology.
The course winds through quiet, less traveled roads of Portland's North Deering Neighborhoods. From start to finish, walkers and runners alike will enjoy the community feel as neighborhood residents come out to cheer us on! Kids (K-5) can enjoy a free half-mile Fun Run to kick off the event at 9:30 a.m. with the 5k starting at 10 a.m.
Lots of great prizes will be given out -- not only for top runners in their age groups, but for many fun categories, such as first Lyseth teacher/staff member, first costume, first pet, and first stroller.
Register by Monday, April 25, to guarantee a race shirt in your preferred size. Online registration will end at midnight on Thursday, May 19. In case you miss the deadline, you will still be able to register on race day, Saturday, May 21, from 8:30-9:30am. We hope you can join us!
Spring Plant Sale / Outdoor Open House Saturday, May 21, 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Proceeds to benefit the Master Gardener Volunteers program in Hancock County
More than 1,100 of your favorite perennials, including Maine natives,Fun Children’s Activities,Our “Ask a Master Gardener” info table,Raffle to win 1 yard of organic compost, andSeafood Compost for sale – Bring Your Own 5 gallon Bucket
Bonnie Bishoff and J. M. Syron worked collaboratively with detailed polymer clay veneers, wood and fine metals to create this one of a kind exhibition of botanical wall sculptures and jewelry. Specializing in wearable art, Bonnie Bishoff and J.M. Syron have been collaborative artists for 34 years. They started as furniture makers, exploring the use of polymer as a decorative surface using millefiori techniques to create highly detailed veneers. Over time they have shifted to making sculptural wall pieces and colorful jewelry. They have exhibited in a wide range of venues from galleries national and abroad to fine craft shows with the Smithsonian and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Get a great start on your perennial plantings this spring, stock up on books for summer reading (adult, children and adolescent selections) and take home some tasty treats from our second annual spring plant, book and bake sale. Many 1-gallon potted plants will be for sale at $6/pot. Take as many books as you choose for any level donation you feel appropriate. Homemade cookies, whoopie pies, dessert bars, breads, scones and so much more to purchase. Have a seat and enjoy your treat! Some children's activities planned - perhaps plant a seed or read a book. Spring is in the air!
Pine Tree Society is proud to offer our 2022 Children’s Conference free of charge to parents and guardians of children with disabilities!
This free, one-day conference will provide an opportunity for parents of children with disabilities to hear from childhood development experts and care providers, ask questions specific to their child's experiences, and connect with other parents who share their struggles and their joys.
Breakout topics will include navigating periods of transition, building social skills and social lives, supported decision-making, accessing vital resources for your child, and more.
Attendees will leave with practical tools, resources, advice, and strategies that can be implemented immediately in the home, school, and community.